Modern custom tyre for cruisers and heavy-weight tourers
- Improved 2012 compound for even more mileage on the same grip level.
- Breaker construction ensures even pressure in the contact area, reducing tread wear.
- Extremely high mileage due to wear resistant compound and deep tread pattern.
- Silicone compound technology guarantees good wet grip without reducing the mileage.
- Also available with White Walls – see fitment table for sizes.
|130/90 -15 M/C 66P TL||Milestone CM2||R|
|140/90 -15 M/C 70S TT||Milestone CM2||R|
|140/90 -15 M/C 70H TL||Milestone CM2||R|
|150/90 -15 M/C 80H TL reinf.||Milestone CM2||R|
|170/80 -15 M/C 77S TL||Milestone CM2||R|
|170/80 -15 M/C 77H TL||Milestone CM2||R|
|130/90 -16 M/C 67H TL||Milestone CM1||F|
|130/90 -16 M/C 67H TL||Milestone CM1 W W W||F|
|130/90 -16 M/C 73H TL reinf.||Milestone CM2||R|
|130/90 -16 M/C 73H TL reinf.||Milestone CM2 W W W||R|
|140/90 -16 M/C 71H TL||Milestone CM2||R|
|140/90 -16 M/C 71H TL||Milestone CM2 W W W||R|
|150/80 -16 M/C 71H TL||Milestone CM2||R|
|150/80 -16 M/C 71H TL||Milestone CM2 W W W||R|
|90/90 -18 M/C 51P TL||Milestone CM1||F|
|300 -18 M/C 47P TT||Milestone CM1||F|
|300 -19 M/C 49S TT||Milestone CM1||F|
|100/90 -19 M/C 57H TL||Milestone CM1||F|
|110/90 -19 M/C 62H TL||Milestone CM1||F|
|80/90 -21 M/C 48H TL||Milestone CM1||F|
- TL = Tubeless
- TT = Tubetype
- reinf. = Reinforced
- WWW = Wide White Wall
Review from Motorcycle Sport & Leisure
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"Even by deliberately shaking the bars on the straights, squealing the tyres under front and rear wheel braking and changing line sharply mid-corner I’m unable to induce these behemoths to behave badly. Verdict: Milestones provide grip and stability on dry tarmac that is well beyond the requirements of cruisers.
The Conti-shod VS800 was definitely grippier than the Bridgestone-shod one and the Conti tyres on all the bikes allowed footscraping cornering in the most slippery of conditions. Verdict: Grippier than the (Bridgestone) control tyre. If you exceed the limitations of the Conti’s wet grip it will be due to rider error rather than the tyres.
On the steeply banked 2.8km oval the Milestone’s were so good that the word stability never even came to mind and we were able to ride all those heavy cruisers at full throttle for as long as we could hang on. Verdict: supreme stability at speed."
Review from BIKER magazine
"The new Harley Dyna Sport Twin Cam was my first mount. I soon found myself throwing it around, braking hard, and exiting corners on full gas, none of which produced any dramas. The handling? Well, lets just say the primary outer cover has a little less metal on it now, and the Suzuki Intruder I rode, well its side stand lug needs some attention! The bikes are the limiting factor here, not the Conti tyres.
The wet handling track was much more of a challenge, it wouldve been easier to ride across a frozen lake. The datum bike fitted with Bridgestones offerings was lethal. I kept asking myself does Contis silica compound work, then telling myself it had to; my eyes were on stalks such was the concentration. Again, under these conditions the tyres proved very safe.
Its great to see a company such as Continental take the lead in this less technologically advanced area of the motorcycle market, Im confident these tyres represent a significant leap forward. Full marks to Continental."